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Sex Robots Are Now Are Frightening Reality.

The advancement of technology has made our lives immensely easier, and with the dawn of sex robots, one could argue that sex will become another way for technology to decrease social interaction.

The man on the forefront of the sex robot movement is Matt McMullen, who has created Harmony what he describes as the world’s first commercially available ‘sexbot’. Harmony is the latest version of a sex robot McMullen has been working on since 2014, it is expected that Harmony will be going on sale in to the public in January for between £7,600 to £15,200, depending on customisation.

Creator Matt McMullen with Harmony.

Harmony has 30 different faces to choose from, 16 body types, customisable breasts from AA to triple F, 19 different nipple types from ‘perky’ to ‘puffy’, and 11 different types of genitalia.

The robot has 18 different personality types from happy to sensual, shy to talkative. However, it is modes such as ‘shy’ which concern some critics who cite such modes as a way to normalise rape.

Another invetor Doug Hines caused uproar when it was revealed his creation Roxxxy  is put in ‘Frigid Farrah’ mode to ‘not be appreciative’ if touched in a private area and the robot will make a show of resistance saying: ‘That doesn’t feel right, please stop. Do not do that! Do not do that!’

Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism project, said creating a robot willing to have non-consensual sex ‘is to risk normalising rape but giving it a publicly acceptable face’.

‘We should no more be encouraging rapists to find a supposedly safe outlet than we should facilitate murderers by giving them realistic blood-spurting dummies to stab.’

Harmony will work from a smartphone or tablet, an app will llows users to ‘build’ her personality. She will ‘remember’ your family members’ names, your favourite colour, food, book or movie.

Harmony tells jokes, and is programmed to greet her user with soothing phrases such as ‘welcome home darling, how was your day?’

Whilst Harmony does looki lifelike, her silicone body remains inanimate, which is something McMullen is working on improving. He wants to eventually incorporate obotic arms, hands and heat sensors. He even has the plans to make the robot self-lubricating: ‘I’ve been in the sex doll business for more than 20 years and the one thing our customers have asked for is the sense of human contact,’ he says.

‘There are humanoid robots out there much more impressive than Harmony,’ McMullen, 48, admits. ‘But they are showpieces. No one has put a commercially useable and affordable product out there. Harmony is the first.’

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